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6 Responses to If you’re on Facebook, come join us

  • But I’m not on Facebook  (crawls back under his rock).
    Speaking of which, I’m a bit surprised that the stock is up considering the restrictions that were lifted/expired today.
    Up 8.7%.  With a bigger available supply I’d figured the price would drop.  Much of the rest of the market is not please with today events around the world.
     

  • Wouldn’t it just be easier to add a “Like” button here?

  • More reason to do a technical Amnesty: up to 9 million illegals actually live in a household with legal citizens, i.e. mom is illegal but kids are legal. These people could go back to Mexico tomorrow, apply for a green card and have it within months. (only because the bureaucracy is slow.)
    You are not offering them “amnesty” so much as simply formalizing their situation.
    Set up a fast track process for them to get pre-authorized, then they go home and come back with their new papers.
    Nothing but their status has really changed.

  • Unfortunately John, you have to go to the page to “like” it.

  • This is ridiculous…he has a disease, yes he should be responsible for some payment, but not his lifetime pension!  H.C. costs are too high!!!!

    However, if this would have been an article about a drug addict, who had been throught treatment many times, and after 5-10 years was afflicted with HIV, I’d say, why should I pay for his addiction.  Come on!

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